David Spade donates $100,000 to mental health organization following Kate's death

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After the tragic deaths of fashion designer, Kate Spade, and celebrity chef and television personality, Anthony Bourdain, who both committed suicide, the suicide rates in the United States have increased.

The majority of those who take their own life suffer from a mental health issue such as depression or anxiety, USA health officials say, but other factors include loneliness, the loss of a job or a loved one and the breakup of a relationship. The organization is the largest grassroots mental health organization in the nation and aims to raise awareness about mental health, as well as provide support and education for those suffering from mental illness.

Last week, David Instagrammed a picture of himself with Kate along with a heartfelt message.

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"Kate was the most lovely woman in the world", Andy Spade told the New York Times "She was the kindest person I've ever known and my best friend for 35 years".

If you (or someone you know) feel hopeless and have been thinking of ending it all, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at (800) 273-8255. Kate and David's brother, Andy Spade, tied the knot back in 1994, although the couple was separated at the time of her death.

"What we've tended to do", says Moutier, "is to "avoid" because we don't know what to say and we don't want to offend... and we've been too quick to write things off to the stress of the day or what's going on in their life, but having a caring conversation is always a positive". She was so sharp and quick on her feet.

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"People who are depressed need medical care", she said. "We see these "echo suicides" where people who were already vulnerable get exposed to the loss of somebody that they really identified with and that increases their own risk on a temporary basis", he was quoted by YourCentralValley Online. She could make me laugh so hard. "Its a rough world out there people, try to hang on". She was actively seeking help and working closely with her doctors to treat her disease.

She added: “If you have immediate concerns about someones safety, the person can be taken to the emergency department at KEMH or the police can be contacted.”.

Richard Friedman, a professor of clinical psychiatry, said in an op-ed piece in the New York Times that "the prevalence of suicide has fluctuated over time, often rising during periods of social strife" as was the case in 1932, during the Great Depression. It was a complete shock. "There were personal demons she was battling".

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